No Fun at All , often abbreviated NFAA , is a Swedish punk skate group from Skinnskatteberg. Their discography includes five albums and five EPs. The band stops its activities in 2001, but gives some concerts from time to time. The band releases a new album, Low Rider, in November 2008, and gives concerts scheduled for late 2009 in some German-speaking countries.
No Fun at All was formed in the summer of 1991 in Skinnskatteberg, and includes Mikael Danielsson (guitar), Jimmie Olsson (vocals, drums) and Henrik Sunvisson (bass). The name of the group is inspired by the title of a song of the Sex Pistols, No Fun, mixed in the name of the group Sick of It All. The band records its first demo, Touchdown. It will subsequently be included in the Signed for Life compilation.
Although it was not formed in the long term, the group still attracts the interest of Burning Heart Records label, which he signed in 1993, and publishes a first EP, entitled Vision. The album includes nine tracks, totaling seventeen minutes. The album is first pressed to 1,000 copies, and welcome. He is again in a hurry, and sold a total of 25,000 copies>
After his debut, singer and drummer Jimmie Olsson left to focus on his other band, Sober>. He will however contribute to the choir until the album Low Rider (2008). He is replaced by Ingemar Jansson on vocals, and on drums by Kjell Ramstedt. The group is joined by another guitarist, Krister Johansson. With this new band, the band recorded and released their new album at Burning Heart Records in June 1994. The album is produced by Pelle Saether, who will be following the band for a long time. The same year, the band contributes with the song Do not Be a Pansy to the album Rock Around the Clock.